What Stephen Stills'-related records bring the biggest bucks? - Goldmine Magazine: Record Collector & Music Memorabilia

What Stephen Stills'-related records bring the biggest bucks?

Stephen Stills is known as the first rock performer to record on digital equipment (in 1979). Here's what some of Stills' vinyl recordings are worth.
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Stephen Stills (left) and David Crosby of the group Crosby, Stills, & Nash performs on stage at the Woodstock Music and Art Festival, Bethel, New York, August 17, 1969. (Photo by Fotos International/Getty Images)

Stephen Stills (left) and David Crosby of the group Crosby, Stills, & Nash performs on stage at the Woodstock Music and Art Festival, Bethel, New York, August 17, 1969. (Photo by Fotos International/Getty Images)

Here’s Goldmine’s Top 20 list of valuable Stephen Stills-related LPs and 45s from his career so far, as cited in Goldmine’s price listings. All prices are listed for albums in Near Mint condition.

This listing includes records from Stills' solo work, as well as from his work with Crosby, Stills and Nash; Buffalo Springfield; the Au Go-Gos; and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

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20. Buffalo Springfield: Atco 6459, “For What It’s Worth”/”Do I have to Come Right Out and Say It,” 1967, $15

19. Stephen Stills: Atlantic SD 2-903 [2] Manassas, 1972, $18

18. Buffalo Springfield, Atco 6499, “Bluebird/Mr. Soul, 1967, $20

17. Buffalo Springfield, Atco 6452, “Everybody’s Wrong/Burned,” 1966, $25

16. Buffalo Springfield: Atco 6428, “Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing”/”Go And Say Goodbye,” 1966, $25

15. Stephen Stills, Columbia PCQ 33575 [Q] Stills, 1975, $30

14. The Au Go-Go Singers: Roulette R 25280 [M], They Call Us the Au Go-Go Singers, 1964, $60

13. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Atlantic, PR 18102 [DJ], A Rap with C, S, N&Y, 1974, $60 (promo-only interview album)

12. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Atlantic SD 7200 [DJ], Deja Vu, 1970, $80 (white-label stereo promo)

11. The Au Go-Go Singers: Roulette SR 25280 [S], They Call Us the Au Go-Go Singers, 1964, $90

10. Crosby, Stills and Nash: Nautilus NR-48, Crosby, Stills and Nash, 1982, $150 (audiophile vinyl)

9. Buffalo Springfield: Atco 33-283 [M], Retrospective/The Best of Buffalo Springfield, 1969, $175 (white label promo only)

8. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Mobile Fidelity, 1-088, Deja Vu, 1983, $200 (audiophile vinyl)

7. Buffalo Springfield: Atco 33-226 [M], Buffalo Springfield Again, 1967, $200

6. Buffalo Springfield: Atco 33-256, Last Time Around, 1968, $200 (white label promo only)

5. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Atlantic 2-902 [(2)M], 4 Way Street, 1971, $300 (white-label promo; no stock copies are mono)

4. Buffalo Springfield: Atco SD-33-200 [S], Buffalo Springfield, 1967, $300 (with “Baby Don’t Scold Me”

3. Buffalo Springfield, Atco 33-200 [M], Buffalo Springfield, 1967, $350 (with “Baby Don’t Scold Me”)

2. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Atlantic PR 165 [M], Celebration/SCSNY Month, 1974, $350 (promo-only LP in mono)

1. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Atlantic 7200 [M], Deja Vu, 1970, $400 (white-label promo; no stock copies are mono)

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